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Shravasti district श्रावस्ती जिला Location of Shravasti district in Uttar Pradesh State Uttar Pradesh,  India Administrative division Devipatan Headquarters Bhinga Area 1,858.2 km2 (717.5 sq mi) Population 855,929 (2001) Literacy 34.2 per cent Tehsils 2 Lok Sabha Constituencies Shravasti Official website Shravasti District (Hindi:श्रावस्ती) is one of the districts of the Uttar Pradesh state of India and Bhinga town is district headquarter. Shravasti district is a part of Devipatan Division. According to Government of India, the district Shravastiis one of the Minority Concentrated District in India on the basis of the 2001 census data on population, socio-economic indicators and basic amenities indicators[1]. Contents 1 Location 2 History 3 Literacy 4 References // Location Shravasti (Shrawasti) is a newly created district carved out from districts of Gonda and Bahraich. Besides these two districts, Shrawasti shares its border with Balrampur district and Nepal. Bhinga, the District Headquarter of Shrawasti, is approximately 150 kilometres away from the state capital, Lucknow. History Main article: Sravasti Shravasti, the north-eastern town of Uttar Pradesh, is located near River Rapti. This town is closely associated with the life of Lord Buddha. It is being said that the mythological king Sravast founded this town. Shravasti was the capital of Kosala Kingdom during 6th century BC to 6th century AD. This prosperous trading center was well known for its religious associations. The 'Sobhanath' temple is believed to be the birthplace of Jain Tirthankar 'Sambhavanath' making Shravasti an important center for the Jainas. According to Nagarjuna, the city had a population of 900,000 in 5th century BCE and it even overshadowed Magadha's capital Rajagriha. As mentioned in the 'Bruhatkalpa' and various kalpas of the fourteenth century the name of the city was 'Mahid'. There are subsequent mentions showing that the name of this city was 'Sahet-Mahet'. It is also mentioned that a vast fort covered this city in which there were many temples having idols of Devkulikas. Buddha is believed to have spent 24 monsoons in this city. Age-old stupas, majestic monasteries and several temples near the village of "Sahet-Mahet" establish Buddha's association with Shravasti. Moreover, Shravasti is the holy land of all the four Kalyanakas – Chayan, Birth, Diksa and Attainment of omniscience of Bhagawan Samabhavanath. Today a great rampart of earth and brick surrounds this city. During excavation in 'Sahet-Mahet' near Shravasti City, many ancient idols and inscriptions were found. They are now kept in museums of Mathura and Lucknow. At present, the archaeological department of the Indian Government is doing excavation to perform allied research. Literacy With a literacy rate of 34.2 per cent, it had the lowest literacy rate amongst districts in Uttar Pradesh.[2] References ^ http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=28770 ^ "Seminar On Progress Of Literacy In India: What The Census 2001 Preveals Niepa, New Delhi, October 05, 2002". India’s Literacy Panorama. educationforallinindia.com. http://www.educationforallinindia.com/page172.html. Retrieved 2010-08-17.  v • d • e Cities and towns in Shravasti district Shravasti Bhinga · Ikauna Cities and towns in other districts Agra · Aligarh · Allahabad · Ambedkar Nagar · Auraiya · Azamgarh · Badaun · Bagpat · Bahraich · Ballia · Balrampur · Banda · Barabanki · Bareilly · Basti · Bijnor · Bulandshahr · Chandauli · Chitrakoot · Deoria · Etah · Etawah · Faizabad · Farrukhabad · Fatehpur · Firozabad · Gautam Buddha Nagar · Ghaziabad · Ghazipur · Gonda · Gorakhpur · Hamirpur · Hardoi · Jalaun · Jaunpur · Jhansi · Jyotiba Phule Nagar · Kannauj · Kanpur Dehat · Kanpur Nagar · Kanshi Ram Nagar · Kaushambi · Kushinagar · Lakhimpur Kheri · Lalitpur · Lucknow  · Mahamaya Nagar · Maharajganj · Mahoba · Mainpuri · Mathura · Mau · Meerut · Mirzapur · Moradabad · Muzaffarnagar  · Pilibhit · Pratapgarh · Raebareli · Rampur · Saharanpur · Sant Kabir Nagar · Sant Ravidas Nagar · Shahjahanpur · Siddharthnagar · Sitapur · Sonbhadra · Sultanpur · Unnao · Varanasi v • d • e Divisions and Districts of Uttar Pradesh, India Agra division Agra · Firozabad · Mainpuri · Mathura Aligarh division Aligarh · Etah · Mahamaya Nagar · Kanshi Ram Nagar Allahabad division Allahabad · Fatehpur · Kaushambi · Pratapgarh Azamgarh division Azamgarh · Ballia · Mau Bareilly division Badaun · Bareilly · Pilibhit · Shahjahanpur Basti division Basti · Sant Kabir Nagar · Siddharthnagar Chitrakoot division Banda · Chitrakoot · Hamirpur · Mahoba Devipatan division Bahraich · Balrampur · Gonda · Shravasti Faizabad division Ambedkar Nagar · Barabanki · Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Nagar · Faizabad · Sultanpur Gorakhpur division Deoria · Gorakhpur · Kushinagar · Maharajganj Jhansi division Jalaun · Jhansi · Lalitpur Kanpur division Auraiya · Etawah · Farrukhabad · Kannauj · Kanpur Nagar · Ramabai Nagar Lucknow division Hardoi · Lakhimpur Kheri · Lucknow · Raebareli · Sitapur · Unnao Meerut division Bagpat · Bulandshahr · Gautam Buddha Nagar · Ghaziabad · Meerut Mirzapur division Mirzapur · Sant Ravidas Nagar · Sonbhadra Moradabad division Bijnor · Jyotiba Phule Nagar · Moradabad · Rampur Saharanpur division Muzaffarnagar · Saharanpur Varanasi division Chandauli · Ghazipur · Jaunpur · Varanasi v • d • e Minority Concentrated Districts in India Andaman & Nicobar Islands Nicobar Arunachal Pradesh East Kameng · Lower Subansiri · Changlang · Tirap · Tawang · West Kameng · Papum Pare Assam Kokrajhar · Dhubri · Goalpara · Bongaigaon · Barpeta · Darrang · Marigaon · Nagaon · Cachar · Karimganj · Hailakandi · Kamrup · North Cachar Hills Bihar Araria · Kishanganj · Purnia · Katihar · Sitamarhi · West Champaran · Darbhanga Delhi North East Delhi Haryana Gurgaon · Sirsa · Mewat · Rewari · Fatehabad Jammu & Kashmir Leh · Anantnag · Budgam · Poonch · Kupwara · Srinagar Jharkhand Gumla · Sahebganj · Pakur Karnataka Gulbarga · Bidar Kerala Wayanad Madhya Pradesh Bhopal Maharashtra Buldana · Washim · Hingoli · Parbhani Manipur Thoubal · Senapati · Tamenglong · Churachandpur · Ukhrul · Chandel Meghalaya West Garo Hills Mizoram Lawngtlai · Mamit Orissa Gajapati Uttar Pradesh Bulandshahar · Budaun · Barabanki · Shahjahanpur ·  · Rampur · Pilibhit · Jyotiba Phule Nagar · Bahraich · Shravasti · Balrampur · Bijnor · Lucknow · Saharanpur · Muzaffarnagar · Baghpat · Ghaziabad Uttarakhand Haridwar · Udham Singh Nagar · Nainital  · West Bengal Dakshin Dinajpur · Malda · Murshidabad · Birbhum · Nadia · South 24 Parganas · Bardhaman · Cooch Behar · Howrah · North 24 Parganas · Kolkata · Uttar Dinajpur This article about a location in Uttar Pradesh is a stub. 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